Carpet Sweepers are a great non-electric way to clean carpets quickly. So a recent review of a Hoky Sweeper on Cool Tools, caught our eye: You’ve probably seen Hoky Sweepers used in restaurants and hotels. They just plain work. No electric, no plugs, no noise & lightweight. So convenient to grab for a few second… [Continue Reading]
Canisters vacuums normally have stronger suction than upright vacuums. Canisters can fill a dual role of a full-sized upright and a smaller machine (like a stick or handheld vac) for smaller jobs. Also the compact nature of these machines allows cleaning under furniture (usually a problem area for uprights).
The Stinger 2 Wet/Dry Vacuum apparently “sucks” — in this case, it’s a good attribute — it performs well and is inexpensively priced at $27. Here’s what a reviewer said at Cool Tools: I tried a hand-held dustbuster type, but found that its incredibly small storage and lack of any useful way to hold debris… [Continue Reading]
This is a canister vacuum with the longest name we’ve seen so far. Designed by James Dyson in the U.K., this vacuum has only recently become available in the U.S., and it has a impressive list of design features, including the claim that it is “the first vacuum that doesn’t lose suction.”